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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHMIDQB NIRAUP npni TCH.' NDU MUft M TKIP OUT WITH ALL TKHf UATf VOU THINK lTTf ALLRGHT.THEN Vezina won by two netminders Dillon sharp for Tores, Oilers face elimination By THE CANADIAN PRESS Wayne Dillon was struggling last December to prove that he had made the right decision in leaving junior hockey for the professional ranks. He made his point Sunday by scoring two goals as Toronto Toros blanked Cleveland Crusaders 4-0 to take a 1-0 lead in their best-of- seven World Hockey Association quarter-final The 18-year-old centre de- cided last Christmas to quit high school and devote full time to hockey He has scored Centennials advance in west action By THE CANADIAN PRESS Calgary Centennials beat Edmonton Oil Kings 7-0 in Calgary Sunday to complete a 4-1 sweep m their best-of- seven quarter-final in the Western Canada Hockey League A night earlier, it took an overtime goal by captain Danny Gare to give Calgary a 4-3 victory Centennials now await the winner of the quarter-final between New Westminster Bruins and Medicine Hat Ti- gers New Westminster defeated Medicine Hat 3-2 Saturday night to open a 3-1 lead in their series A scheduled game Sunday night was postponed by the strike of firefighters at Van- couver International Airport The Tigers were unable to ar- range alternate transportation. The teams play in Medicine Hat tonight Regina Pats, runaway victors in the Eastern Division during the regular season, moved within one win of a berth in the semi-finals by defeating Saskatoon Blades 4- 2 In the other game, Swift Current Broncos remained alive in their best-of-seven series by nipping Fhn Flon Bombers 4-3 to tie the series at 3-3 New Westminster's Bob Hess scored his second overtime goal of the series for the Bruins' victory. Barry Smith and Ron Greschner had the other Bruins' goals Barry Dean scored twice in the last period for Medicine Hat to force overtime Soviet Union looks strong HELSINKI (Reuter) The Soviet Union looked set to re- tain the title at the world A Group ice hockey champion- ships Sunday as they beat Fin- land 7-1. The Soviet squad outskated and outshot the Finns in a sta- dium packed for the first time in the tournament But the support of their home crowd could m no way help the Finns. Valeri Kharmalov put the Soviet side ahead in the first period and they never looked back Earlier, a crowded packed by fans from neighboring Czechoslovakia play the best game of the championships so far, against Sweden. The Czechoslovaks won 3-2. With the Soviet Union playing what class as "better than National Hockey League level" the excitement of the tournament is no longer who will finish Tirst. What now people is which of the other five teams will finish second third. 20 goals and added 16 assists since the beginning of January for a regular-seaon total of 65 points on 30 goals and 35 assists Gavin Kirk and Guv Trottier got the other Toros' goals and goaltender Gilles Gratton blocked 29 shots m recording the shutout. Gratton also was involved in a fight with Skip Krake of the Crusaders Both players got majors while Mike Amodeo of the Toros was given a miscon- duct for entering the fray. Cleveland lost right winger Gerry Pmder early in the first period when he was hit in the eye by Toronto defenceman Carl Brewer's stick In other games Sunday, New England Whalers took a 2-0 lead in their quarter-final by defeating Chicago Cougars 4-3 in overtime, and Minnesota Fighting Saints took a similar lead in their series with a 8-5 victory over Edmonton Oilers New England beat Chicago 6-4 Saturday and Minnesota edged Edmonton 2-1. Whalers 4 Cougars 3 John French was credited with the winning goal at 2 51 of the overtime period when teammate Mike Byers's shot deflected off his skate and into the net Tom Webster, Tim Sheehy and Al Karlander got the other New England goals Larry Mavety, Jan Popiel and Joe Hardy replied for Chicago Saints 8 Oilers 5 John Arbour and Mike Wal- ton, the league's leading scorer during the regular season, each scored twice for the Saints and George Morrison, Terry Ball, Gord Gallant and Ted Hampson added one each Blair McDonald, with two, Bob McAneely, Tom Gilmore and Bobby Sheehan got the Edmonton within the final 11 minutes of play. Whalers 6 Cougars 4 Webster and Larry Pleau each scored twice as the Wha- lers opened defence of their league title. John Danby, who had only two goals in 77 regu- lar-season games, and Don Blackburn also scored for New England. Hardy, Bob Sicmski, Darryl Maggs and Duke Harris scored for the Cougars Saints 2 Oilers 1 McDonald and Walton scored for the Saints and Murray Heatley got the Oilers goal Press The National Hockey League will have to pay an extra 1790 IB priie moawjr tali season because of Marcel of Detroit RedWtags. Dioane acorad on Chicago goalie Tony Eipoiito wtthM seconds remaining In the third period of the wings-Black Hawks game Sunday night, marking the 164th time Chicago had been scored on during 78 games this season. The Chicago total matched that of Philadelphia Flyers and therefore the two teams will each receive as a result of the first-ever tie in the Vezina Trophy goaltending race since the inception of the award in 1927. But only Bernie Parent of the Flyers and Esposito will have their names inscribed on the silverware because their two back-up Veisor of the Hawks and Bob Taylor of the appeared in less than the minimum 25 games. Just how much of the Veisor and Taylor will receive will be up to their respective clubs. Normally, the league woald have to spend on its two top to the leader and to the runner- up This year's prize money will total Dionne's goal did little good as Detroit lost 7-4 to Chicago. In Philadelphia, Parent was beaten as the Flyers downed Minnesota 6-2, New York Rangers defeated Montreal Canadiens 6-4, Boston Bruins upended Toronto Maple Leafs 6-4, Buffalo Sabres clipped St. Louis Blues 5-2, and Atlanta Flames won 6-3 over Pittsburgh Penguins. Going into the weekend, the Flyers held a one-goal edge over Chicago in the goaltending race, but that disappeared Saturday night as Pittsburgh scored six times on Taylor in a 6-1 win while Veisor was beaten three times by the Blues as the Hawks won 6-3. In other Saturday games, Frank Mahovlich scored three times as Montreal dumped Boston 6-2, Toronto defeated Buffalo 3-1, New York Islanders won 4-2 over Minnesota, Los Angeles Kings hammered Vancouver Canucks 11-1, and Detroit outscored the Rangers 8-3. Black Hawks 7 Red 4 Jim Pappin and Jean-Pierre Bordeleau each scored twice for Chicago and Stan Mikita picked up two assists to run his lifetime points with the Hawks to club record. Flyers I Nertk Stan I Bill Barber scored three goals to run his total to 34 for the year as the Flyers knocked off Minnesota for their 50th win of the season. Rangers 4 Rod Gilbert, Steve Vickers and Jean Ratelle each scored two goals in New York's second victory In six meetings with the Canadtens this year. Brafau Maple Leafs 4 Boston's Wayne CasJunan scored three and added two assists, Bobby Orr collected two goals, and Phil Esposito picked up a goal and two assists to win the scoring race with 68 goals and 77 assists for 146 points. Esposito was ejected from the game in the third period for arguing a penalty call with referee Dave Newell. Weekend scorers By THE CANADIAN PRESS NHL GOAL SCORERS SUNDAY Pittsburgh 3 at Atlanta I Pittsburgh McDonald, McManama, Bianchin; Atlanta Richard, McDonou-gh, Lemieux, McCreary, Lysiak, Comeau Montreal 4 at NY Rangers I Montreal Cournoyer, Lemaire, Lafleur, Shutt, NY Rangers Vickers 2, Gilbert 2, Ratelle 2. St. Louis 2 at Buffalo 5 St. Louis Mernck, Bailey; Buffalo Martin 3, Gratton, Spencer. Minnesota 2 at Philadelphia 6 Minnesota Grant, Nanne; Philadelphia Barber 3, Bladon, Flett, Lonsberry. Toronto 4 at Boston 6 Toronto Dupere, Glennie, Ellis, Sittler; Boston Cashman 3, Orr 2, Esposito Detroit 4 at Chicago 7 Detroit Hogaboam 2, Lynch, Dionne, Chicago Pappin 2, Bordeleau 2, Koroll, Gagnon, Marks. SATURDAY Vancouver 1 at Los Angeles 11 Vancouver Ververgaert, Los Angeles Kozak 3, Williams 2, Berry, Nevin, Rota, Murphy, Widing, Komadoski. NY Rangers 3 at Detroit 8 Rangers Fairbairn, Stemkowski, Gilbert, Detroit Hogaboam 2, Charron 2, Libett 2, Boucha, Redmond Minnesota 2 at NY Islanders 4 Minnesota Goldsworthy, Drouin, Islanders Harris 3, D Potvin Bostw 2 at Montreal I Boston Cashman, Hodge; Montreal F. Mahovlich 3, Robinson, Larose, Shutt. Buffalo 1 at Toronto 3 Buffalo Martin; Toronto Sittler 2, Henderson. Philadelphia 1 at Pittsburgh Philadelphia Barber; Pittsburgh Pronovost 2, Schock, Stackhouse, MacDonald, Chicago 6 at St. LotutJ Chicago Redmond, Rota, Mikita, Pappin, Tallon, Marls; St. Louis Polls, Gardner, Mcrrick. Gals' ball meeting set The Lethbndge Women's Fastball League will hold an important organizational meeting Tuesday night. The evening meeting will feature the election of officers for the term as well as other urgent matters pertaining to the new season The meeting is slated to go at eight o'clock in room 3 of the Civic Sports Centre. RAIDERS SIGN SMITH OAKLAND (CP) Bubba Smith, the giant defensive end earlier said to be toying with an offer from the World Football League, was signed Saturday by Oakland Raiders of the National Football League to a two-year contract I Try a Merc I i super-skier I I i i Want a new kind of water skiing this year? Then get behind a 1974 Mercury outboard. It's engineered to get a water skier up and away with more snap than ever Power- ported" pistons push out enough go for white-knuckle speed And Power Trim can make a ski boat mind. On takeoff, and planing out. Its all waiting for ynu at your Mercury dealer s. Stop in soon. i i i OUTtOAHOB 4 75 0.0 20 40 6G to 115, 180 Hf Mercury Ontario. MERCURY Power to do the thing you really want. Fiberglas Boats and Canoes FROM 10 FEET UP Boat Trailers Marino Supplies and Equipment Accessories: Life Jackets, Floater Coats SERVICE AND REPAIRS GLASCON INDUSTRIES 327 3rd ST. S. Phone 328-4850 The 450SE Sedari costs over Other models start from Here's why every Mercedes-Benz is an exceptional investment. Sensible size, reasonable weight, good mileage, safety and resale value. The Mercedes-Benz FR SOME MANUFACTURERS, a car with all jf these qualities is years away. Every Mercedes-Benz Sedan has them all right now. Consider these qualities in more detail 1 Sensible size, reasonable weight. Art example is the 450SE Sedan shown above. Smaller than North America's best-selling sedan outside, but inside, big car room. And it weighs nearly Haifa ton less than the lightest domestic luxury car. 2 Good gasoline mileage. A smaller, more efficient engine with computerized elec- tronic fuel injection, reasonable weight and a low drag shape These are some of the reasons why a Mercedes-Benz 450SE gets up to 25% better mileage than domestic luxury sedans. And without sacrificing performance. Bear in mind, 'these fuel-saving advantages are found in the Mercedes-Benz with our largest engine. Our 6- or 4-cylinder models offer even greater mileage benefits. 3 Commitment to safety. For instance, the Mercedes-Benz 450SE Sedan combines over fifty separate and significant automotive safety elements all engineered to complement one another. No other manufacturer makes safety a more important element in car design. And no other manufacturer has held so long a commitment to better automobile safety as Mercedes-Benz. 4 Best resale value. Advanced engineering and fuel economy are two reasons why, after three years, Mercedes-Benz automobiles have a better resale value than the Big 3's standard or luxury cars. And not just best. Who says so? The automobile industry All of a sudden everyone wants design efficiency in an automobile. Mercedes-Benz has had it for years. Perhaps it is time you experienced it. For more information, and a test drive, contact your authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer or write: Mercedes-Benz of Canada Ltd., 849 Eglinton Avenue E .Toionto, Ont., M4G 2L5. Ask about our dealer's leasing plans and our European Delivery Plan. Mercedes-Benz (X) Motor Vehich DM Book. 1373-74 Union. tnd Ctntdim Ktd Book, ottkitluttd ctr vtluttion. Februtry 1974. 1820 2nd AVMNM South, UthsXldgi) 326-8117 ;